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Table 1 Sample description of those who reported intimate partner violence in the past year, NESARC II, n = 2,255

From: Characteristics of adults involved in alcohol-related intimate partner violence: results from a nationally representative sample

  N %
Intimate Partner Violence (IPV, Total N) in past year*
Victimization 1,760 75.14
Perpetration 1,824 73.97
Demographics
Male 919 45.77
Race and Ethnicity   
White or Caucasian 1,088 58.61
Black or African-American 647 17.71
Hispanic or Latino 549 16.13
Other race 124 7.55
Agea 40.08 (0.42)  
Risk Factors (past year)
Marijuana use disorder 130 5.70
Alcohol abuse & dependence   
No alcohol abuse or dependence 1,930 79.15
Alcohol abuse or dependence 478 19.95
Depression 452 17.60
Mania 186 7.41
Dysthymia 72 2.43
Hypomania 85 3.66
Panic disorder 103 4.36
Social phobia 142 5.76
Specific phobia 322 13.04
General Anxiety 219 8.99
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 377 14.39
Event-level alcohol use: Respondent (n = 1,675)
None 1,423 84.43
Rarely 166 9.60
Sometimes 30 1.92
Always 56 4.06
Event-level alcohol use: Spouse/partner (n = 1.608)
None 1,120 71.07
Rarely 255 15.37
Sometimes 92 4.99
Always 141 8.57
  1. aMean and SE are reported.
  2. *Victimization and perpetration exceed 100%, as 49% of the sample has been both victims and perpetrators of IPV.